GSE launches push for lifelong learners

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The Graduate School of Education has launched a series of new one-credit mini courses designed to reach educators and teachers interested in advancing their training while re-acquainting themselves with the practical and personal power of continuing education.

The 23 new courses, all shorter than standard three-credit-hour classes, cover such life skills as grief counseling for students and professional-development topics like “Creating Dynamic Online Spaces for Teaching and Learning.”

“Besides advancing your professional expertise, these new courses also are examples of how much fun learning can be,” says Mary H. Gresham, dean of the Graduate School of Education. “They offer a chance to meet others who are interested in the same things you are and a chance to explore ideas with others.”

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